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Thread: Hartwig can Seek Trade; Urbik Reportedly Cut

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    Re: Hartwig can Seek Trade; Urbik Reportedly Cut

    I've been intrigued by Urbik since we drafted him, but I've not heard anyone state anything about him being good or near a pro bowler.
    I expected a 4 yr starter from Wisconsin to make a smoother transition. But it doesn't look like it will happen. But I think most people talking up Urbik really only want to see if he's a bit of a late bloomer and might improve going forward. Noone is talking him up past that.

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    Re: Hartwig can Seek Trade; Urbik Reportedly Cut

    Urbik always looked either clumsy, slow reacting to me or both.

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    Re: Hartwig can Seek Trade; Urbik Reportedly Cut

    Good and appropriate moves. AT LAST the management is listening to me!!!!

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    Re: Hartwig can Seek Trade; Urbik Reportedly Cut

    Alas if its true, then a guy I was pulling for didnt make it. Maybe the practice squad. But there is still one week to go before the first game of the season so my Nostradamus prediction could still come true. And what a great prediction it will be if that happens! :P
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    Re: Hartwig can Seek Trade; Urbik Reportedly Cut

    More cuts:


    Released by the #Steelers: TE Bright, OG Brooks, OT Jolly, WR London, TE McHugh, DT Paxson, LS Stewart, S Thornton, RB Vincent, LB Williams

    from Jim Wexell

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    Re: Hartwig can Seek Trade; Urbik Reportedly Cut

    Cowboys just traded three guys. It's not impossible. Teams don't want to have to compete for a player once he reaches the open market. Pick him up for a 7th rounder and keep the contract intact.

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